Escape to the western edge of Wales and explore a dramatic coastal landscape. Discover the secrets of our wild places and create your own memories
Our special places
Enjoy eight miles of magnificent coastal scenery, and the Bosherston Lakes in their wooded valley...
Explore these ancient landscapes. See the heather and gorse turn purple and gold.
Colby offers great family days out in these lovely valley woods. There's a lot to explore.
Explore Tenby's oldest house, and see how the Tudor Merchant and his family lived.
Stackpole's amazing wildlife
Explore Stackpole's wildlife. Look for otters in the lakes, listen to the dawn chorus, watch butterflies and dragonflies. Stackpole is a naturalist's paradise with a world of wildlife for you to enjoy.
A blaze of purple and gold
Walk the coast path in summer and enjoy the purple and gold of Pembrokeshire's coastal heathland. Heather and western gorse provide the backdrop, while chough and raven wheel overhead.
Wooded byways of the Cleddau River
Discover woodlands running down to the water's edge, salt marshes and mudflats, secret creeks and waterways... Lawrenny, Little Milford and West Williamston are great places for birdwatchers.
Chough - Pembrokeshire's iconic bird
About 60 pairs of chough nest around the Pembrokeshire coast. Look (and listen) out for this magnificent bird wherever you go on the Pembrokeshire coast, but especially at Stackpole and St David's. It has bright red legs and bill, bouncy flight, and nests in cliff crevices.
Butterflies and dragonflies
Stackpole and St David's heathland commons are two great places to look for butterflies and dragonflies. Find the rare silver-studded blue butterfly on Stackpole Warren, or the secretive small red damselfly on Dowrog Common.
Horseshoes in the belfry
Stackpole boasts Wales's largest colony of Greater Horseshoe bats. Bats are to be found all over our places and spaces - in old buildings, in trees, in disused mineshafts and in sea caves. Come on an organised bat watch at Stackpole or Colby to discover more.
More to explore
Lovely Marloes Sands, bird-rich Marloes Mere and the rocky Deer Park - Marloes is wildlife heaven...
Centred on the scenic village of Solva, this superb stretch of coast offers great walking.
See Abereiddi's famous Blue Lagoon, and walk the spectacular coast all the way to Brunel's Aberma...
Wild and magnificent - the coast stretches from rugged Strumble Head up to remote Pen y Afr.
Short walks in Pembrokeshire
Looking for a short walk of an hour or so? Try these from Pembrokeshire and elsewhere in West Wales.
Longer walks in Pembrokeshire
Time to spare? Here are some half-day circular walks in Pembrokeshire, plus a few across the border.
From barefoot walking at Strumble Head to Cardigan to cooking on a campfire at Stackpole, we reckon you can tick off most of the 50 things to do before you're 11¾ at our places in Pembrokeshire. Pick up a 50 things adventure scrap book and get stuck in or join in the fun at one of our events.
Kayaking from Stackpole Quay
Stackpole Quay is an excellent place from which to launch your kayak, canoe or sit-on-top. Explore the cliffs and bays, and experience the unparelleled sense of peace and oneness with your surroundings it offers. Try not to go too close to the breeding seabird colonies in summer. Reward yourself with a visit to the Boathouse Tearoom.
Get outdoors, get active, get wet
Eat, sleep, shop
Where to eat
Try out lots of great places to eat, from our own tea-rooms to interesting eateries close to some of our walks. There are also some lovely places to buy local produce.
Where to sleep
We've got 17 holiday cottages to choose from, as well as self-catering accommodation and camp sites.
Where to shop
Start (and finish) your holiday in Pembrokeshire with a visit to our St David's shop. There's also the Colby Woodland Garden shop, and a chance to step back 500 years into the Tudor Merchant's shop in Tenby.